Nadine Gordimer

Nadine Gordimer

South African writer, political activist and recipient of the 1991 Nobel Prize in Literature
September 2001. A sunny day in New York. Many of us who are writers were at work on the transformation of life into a poem, story, a chapter of a novel, when terror pounced from the sky, and the world made witness to it. /writers/ Nadine Gordimer quotes

Quotes of the month

Eugeny Antonuk A silent person silently accomplishes what a noisy person is shouting about. [04/19/2019 04:04:54] More


Eugeny Antonuk And if I perish from someone else’s hands, ”said Earth,“ then at least I will be killed by Homo sapiens! ” [04/19/2019 04:04:55] More


Eugene Ryabyi The most sophisticated executioner caresses at first and slay at last. [04/20/2019 06:04:13] More


Eugene Ryabyi The most deadly disease is the inability to enjoy the life. [03/26/2019 12:03:19] More


Anatoly Yurkin A ball of Ariadne puppeteers hide in a spherical container Pandora, under the work with which political strategists educate a generation of Sisyphus. [04/12/2019 08:04:10] More